Brickmania model designer Daniel Siskind has donated another rare prototype model to be auctioned at World War Brick Hartford. This is the first prototype of the Messerschmitt Bf-109 Kurfürst that was eventually put into production (in other colors) in 2014. This is your chance to own a rare piece of Brickmania and a piece of history – and it’s the only one of it’s kind! Only weekend pass holders will be eligible to bid. If you can’t make it, find someone who can! Proceed will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project.
Come see World War I and World War II replicas, displays and dioramas made from LEGO bricks.
Come see a record breaking 26′ replica of a US Battleship made entirely out of LEGOs.
Come see historic battles recreated in LEGO.
Meet the builders. Meet the Fans. Play Games. Support Wounded Warrior Project. Have a Blast.
Buy exclusive custom kits made with LEGO bricks from Brickmania, BrickArms weapons for minifigures from GI Brick and custom printed LEGO elements to take your minifigure to a whole new level from Citizen Brick.
$10 at the door
Public Exhibition Hours
10AM – 4PM Saturday
10AM – 4PM Sunday (Military Appreciation Day) Veterans and Active Military Personnel’s tickets are half price.
One of the most enjoyed events at World War Brick is the benefit auction we hold for the Wounded Warrior Project. Auction items include out-of-production Brickmania kits, rare BrickArms items and just plain awesome stuff donated by our sponsors and volunteers. The highlight of the auction is this awesome T-shirt quilt donated by Elena Cooper (click the image to see the whole thing).
We have raised more than $7000 for the WWP in the last year and we hope to push that number even higher in 2015! Watch the blog for an updated list of items up on the auction block.
The auction takes place Saturday night and is open to all attendees with a Weekend Pass. There will also be raffles and benefit games for the WWP during the public hours on Saturday and Sunday.
We will be holding a benefit auction during World War Brick to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. The auction will be happen on Friday evening and will be open to all Weekend Pass holding attendees. Items to be auctioned include prototype models, rare kits, and other cool items donated by WWB sponsors, attendees and supporters.
WWB attendees will also be able to earn raffle tickets by participating in various activities and can put into the raffle pool for the prizes of their choosing. You can increase your odds of winning by purchasing additional raffle tickets – with all proceeds going to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. There will be raffles during both public days, but the best prizes will be awarded during the auction on Friday evening.